Tweets of the Week: The Twitterati on the PacAlgieri fight, Maguindanao massacre anniversary + more

Who tweeted what and when.

 

(SPOT.ph) People around the world paused to witness the much-awaited match up between Manny Pacquiao and Chris Algieri in Macau last Sunday, and many took to Twitter to celebrate Pacman’s win. Meanwhile, journalists and human rights activists commemorated the fifth anniversary of the Maguindanao massacre. And finally, 18 years after the tragedy, those held responsible for the Ozone Disco fire in 1996 have been convicted. (Art by Warren Espejo)

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Krizzy Kalerqui, parody account

 

 

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Karen Bordador, radio DJ and model

 

 

 

Quark Henares, filmmaker

 

 

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Ashley Rivera, YouTube sensation

 

 

 

Love Añover Lianko, journalist

 

 

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Vencer Crisostomo, Anakbayan chairperson

 

 

 

Gang Badoy Capati, Rock Ed founder

 

 

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Mo Twister, radio DJ

 

 

 

Menchu Macapagal, journalist

 

 

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Jessica Sanchez, singer

 

 

 

Camille Prats, celebrity

 

 

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Teddy Casiño, former Bayan Muna representative

 

 

 

Professional Heckler, blogger

Journalists and other personalities remembered the Maguinadanao massacre:

 

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Vin Dancel, musician

 

 

 

Sherrie Ann Torres, journalist

 

 

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Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility, official account

 

Some celebrated the resolution of the Ozone Disco case:

 

 

 

Adrian Ayalin, journalist

 

 

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Noemi Dado, blogger

 

Others gave their commentary on current events:

 

 

Isabelle Daza, celebrity, on immigration policies in the US

 

 

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Jose Antonio Vargas, journalist, on US immigration policy

 

 

Pepe Diokno, filmmaker, on a condo's policy that helpers are not allowed to ride the main elevator, only the service elevator

 

 

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Regine Tolentino, celebrity, on our airport

 

 

 

Yan Yuzon, musician and filmmaker, on EDSA traffic

 

 

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Bianca Gonzalez, celebrity, on scams

 

 

 

Gino Quillamor, radio DJ, on parking spaces

 

 

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Phil Younghusband, athlete, on the Azkals winning at the start of the Suzuki Cup

 

 

Angelica Panganiban, celebrity, on indie film That Thing Called Tadhana

 

 

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Darla Sauler, writer, on indie film That Thing Called Tadhana

 

 

 

Kakai Bautista, celebrity, on adultery

 

 

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Chino Singson, musician, on CHVRCHES and Pope Francis' visit to Manila

 

 

 

Vice Ganda, celebrity, on comments in IG posts

 

 

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Jason Abalos, celebrity, on simplifying

 

 

 

Janine Gutierrez, celebrity, on morning people

 

 

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Hotel Sogo, official account, on happiness

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